Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?

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Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?
Aug 18,2020
Gbolade Kayode, from Tulane University, 2020 Graduate Achiever Scholarship

This is from the Honor Society published book called "How to Land the Right Scholarship for You" by Brittany Moradian. To learn more about the book or to purchase a copy, click here.

 

Honor Society Foundation Scholarships

“If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people.” – Chinese proverb

 

We want to build a framework for your future success, which starts with an investment into education. No one can ever take your education away from you. No matter what happens, what obstacles you encounter, what hardships befall you, or what sudden changes alter the trajectory of your life, no one will ever be able to strip you of that degree you completed at a college or university.

 

We therefore help fund scholarship opportunities for deserving students today. Our nonprofit hosts a scholarship fund in which the donations received will be donated as scholarships to our members. We work in conjunction with Honor Society and other partners to further the reach and scale of our scholarship program, which is available to prospective students of all ages.

 

How Does Our Program Work?

Our scholarship awards will assist selected students with the amount generally in the range of $1,000 to $2,000 per recipient. The number of scholarships our foundation has been able to award has been growing steadily over the past 3 years. As our contributions and donations from amazing nonprofit members increase, we will be able to award even more scholarships per year to those that deserve them.

 

To apply, we request all those interested submit their transcripts and a completed application form. We will also request reporting/receipts to show that the funds distributed directly to the students are being used for educational purposes.

 

We make it a priority to make application and scholarship information available through the universities, colleges, and high school financial aid offices.

 

All undistributed donations and contributions in excess will be held for investment and ongoing scholarship awards in the coming year.

 

Our team encourages students and professionals to take on leadership positions, foster communities, and build team-like environment through the advancement of higher education. We work as a catalyst to help people make the changes they want to see in their lives, no matter what kind of background they come from. We don’t believe a certain socioeconomic standing should be a prerequisite for success.

 

Donate Today

In order to make our scholarships available to our participants, we provide a donation portal through our online websites so all those interested in making a different can take part. Whether you are a nonprofit, an individual, or a business owner, we are always looking to expand our scholarship program so even more students can have a chance at a future they deserve.

 

Note: The Honor Society Foundation is a GuideStar Platinum rated 501(c)3 as well as a 2020 Top Rated Nonprofit by Greatnonprofits.org. We take pride in providing you with informed, relevant, and accessible information.

 

Now that you know about what we can do for you and your family, it’s important to know what other programs and available scholarships can do for you as well. As mentioned, it’s a wise idea to check out multiple scholarships – don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.

 

For more tips on how to land a scholarship, read posts from our published book below: 
Intro: Honor Society Foundation Guide: How to Find Your Scholarship.
#1: The State of Higher Education
#2: Why You Should Apply for Scholarships
#3: Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?
#4: How to Find a Scholarship & 10 Scholarship Websites You Should Know About
#5: Honor Society Foundation Scholarship Recipient Case Studies
#6: What is the Future of Higher Education & Scholarships?

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Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?

 Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?

Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?

Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?

This is from the Honor Society published book called "How to Land the Right Scholarship for You" by Brittany Moradian. To learn more about the book or to purchase a copy, click here.

 

Honor Society Foundation Scholarships

“If you are planning for a year, sow rice; if you are planning for a decade, plant trees; if you are planning for a lifetime, educate people.” – Chinese proverb

 

We want to build a framework for your future success, which starts with an investment into education. No one can ever take your education away from you. No matter what happens, what obstacles you encounter, what hardships befall you, or what sudden changes alter the trajectory of your life, no one will ever be able to strip you of that degree you completed at a college or university.

 

We therefore help fund scholarship opportunities for deserving students today. Our nonprofit hosts a scholarship fund in which the donations received will be donated as scholarships to our members. We work in conjunction with Honor Society and other partners to further the reach and scale of our scholarship program, which is available to prospective students of all ages.

 

How Does Our Program Work?

Our scholarship awards will assist selected students with the amount generally in the range of $1,000 to $2,000 per recipient. The number of scholarships our foundation has been able to award has been growing steadily over the past 3 years. As our contributions and donations from amazing nonprofit members increase, we will be able to award even more scholarships per year to those that deserve them.

 

To apply, we request all those interested submit their transcripts and a completed application form. We will also request reporting/receipts to show that the funds distributed directly to the students are being used for educational purposes.

 

We make it a priority to make application and scholarship information available through the universities, colleges, and high school financial aid offices.

 

All undistributed donations and contributions in excess will be held for investment and ongoing scholarship awards in the coming year.

 

Our team encourages students and professionals to take on leadership positions, foster communities, and build team-like environment through the advancement of higher education. We work as a catalyst to help people make the changes they want to see in their lives, no matter what kind of background they come from. We don’t believe a certain socioeconomic standing should be a prerequisite for success.

 

Donate Today

In order to make our scholarships available to our participants, we provide a donation portal through our online websites so all those interested in making a different can take part. Whether you are a nonprofit, an individual, or a business owner, we are always looking to expand our scholarship program so even more students can have a chance at a future they deserve.

 

Note: The Honor Society Foundation is a GuideStar Platinum rated 501(c)3 as well as a 2020 Top Rated Nonprofit by Greatnonprofits.org. We take pride in providing you with informed, relevant, and accessible information.

 

Now that you know about what we can do for you and your family, it’s important to know what other programs and available scholarships can do for you as well. As mentioned, it’s a wise idea to check out multiple scholarships – don’t put all of your eggs in one basket.

 

For more tips on how to land a scholarship, read posts from our published book below: 
Intro: Honor Society Foundation Guide: How to Find Your Scholarship.
#1: The State of Higher Education
#2: Why You Should Apply for Scholarships
#3: Honor Society Foundation Scholarships: How Does Our Program Work?
#4: How to Find a Scholarship & 10 Scholarship Websites You Should Know About
#5: Honor Society Foundation Scholarship Recipient Case Studies
#6: What is the Future of Higher Education & Scholarships?